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  • 1:29:36 The Future of Research Libraries and What it Means for Cornell

    The Future of Research Libraries and What it Means for Cornell

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    What will Cornell's library look like in ten years -- a glorified Starbucks, an enhanced web space, or essentially the same? Will we actually need miles of books on shelves or should we move the books offsite and re-purpose the space? Clifford Lynch, exec

  • 45:41 Coffee, Culture and Intellectual Property Rights: The Case of Ethiopia

    Coffee, Culture and Intellectual Property Rights: The Case of Ethiopia

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    Heran Sereke-Berhan discusses coffee and intellectual property rights in Ethiopia.Speaker Biography: Heran Sereke-Berhan is a scholar of Ethiopian culture.

  • 2:51:58 Work & Transformation: Panels 3 & 4 (2 of 3)

    Work & Transformation: Panels 3 & 4 (2 of 3)

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    This symposium featured presentations by the 2010 recipients of the American Folklife Center's Archie Green Fellowships on their research and documentation of the culture and traditions of American workers in New York, Idaho, and Louisiana. Panels also in

  • 1:08:52 Voices from the Archive: 1763

    Voices from the Archive: 1763

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    Saturday, June 9A consideration of work done from archival and printed materials at the JCB relating to the French and Indian War/Seven Years' War, chaired by Christian Crouch (Barbara S. Mosbacher Fellow, 2003-04; Paul W. McQuillen Fellow, 2010-11), in a

  • 1:05:59 An Overview of Preservation at the UCLA Library

    An Overview of Preservation at the UCLA Library

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    In this presentation from February 2012, staff from UCLA Library's preservation department -- including Kristen St. John, Wil Lin, Leo Gonzalez, and Siobhan Hagan -- talk about the growth of the program, current services, and areas for future development.

  • 40:22 Communicating Personal Digital Archiving to the General Public

    Communicating Personal Digital Archiving to the General Public

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    Mike Ashenfelder, from the Library of Congress, gives a keynote address at Personal Digital Archiving 2012, hosted by the Internet Archive, about the Library's experiences with -- and future plans for -- communicating personal digital archiving advice to

  • 1:07:53 John Cayley: Shifting Moods, Revealing Code

    John Cayley: Shifting Moods, Revealing Code

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    April 11, 2013Professor of Literary Arts at Brown University

  • 1:19:46 The Electronic Library: It's not Your Father's Library Anymore

    The Electronic Library: It's not Your Father's Library Anymore

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    Carla Buss, University Libraries

  • 1:21:23 10th Columbia Library Symposium - 4 of 4

    10th Columbia Library Symposium - 4 of 4

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    10th Columbia Library Symposium "TRENDING: new opportunities in the evolving academy"PANEL 3: The Peer LandscapeFacilitator: Pamela Graham, Director of Global Studies, Columbia University LibrariesPresenters: Marta Brunner, Head of Collections, Research,

  • 28:34 Digital Preservation 2012 Speaker: David Weinberger

    Digital Preservation 2012 Speaker: David Weinberger

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    Digital Preservation 2012 speaker David Weinberger is a senior researcher at the Berkman Center, Harvard University. Weinberger is the co-author of "The Cluetrain Manifesto," which cut through the hype and told business what the Web was really about. His

  • 1:36:18 William Fisher, Copyright Spring 2013: Special Event 2, IP Protection For Fashion

    William Fisher, Copyright Spring 2013: Special Event 2, IP Protection For Fashion

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    This video is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Sharealike 2.5 License, the terms of which are available here: http://creativecom...

  • 1:17:46 The Records Management Lifecycle @ Cal

    The Records Management Lifecycle @ Cal

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    Legal Issues and the Records Retention and Disposition Schedules Introduction: Kathryn Neal, Associate University Archivist, The Bancroft Library Speakers: S...

  • 58:27 Do We Still Need a Library?

    Do We Still Need a Library?

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    Research libraries have long been considered the intellectual hub of a community, whether it's a university or a city. Drawing on his experience as the former president of Amherst College and the current president and CEO of the New York Public Library, A

  • 07:44 Why Digital Preservation is Important for You

    Why Digital Preservation is Important for You

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    Our personal photos, papers, music and videos are important to us. They record the details of our lives and help define us. But increasingly our possessions and our communications are no longer material: they're digital and dependent on technology to make

  • 3:08:15 Work & Transformation: Panels 5, 6 & 7 (3 of 3)

    Work & Transformation: Panels 5, 6 & 7 (3 of 3)

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    This symposium featured presentations by the 2010 recipients of the American Folklife Center's Archie Green Fellowships on their research and documentation of the culture and traditions of American workers in New York, Idaho, and Louisiana. Panels also in

  • 1:36:41 Forging Pathways Beyond the Archive -The JCB's Indigenous Languages Collections

    Forging Pathways Beyond the Archive -The JCB's Indigenous Languages Collections

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    Saturday, June 9Four papers on how the JCB's books and manuscripts with Native American language content -- now available in digital facsimile in the JCB's Internet Archive Indigenous Language Collection -- have inspired anthropological, historical, liter

  • 22:55 Does Library Instruction Make a Difference? - Melissa Bowles-Terry

    Does Library Instruction Make a Difference? - Melissa Bowles-Terry

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    This talk was presented as part of the 2nd Biennial Kathleen A Zar Symposium at the University of Chicago. For more about the symposium visit: http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/crerar/zar/Librarians hope to affect student achievement by meeting students in th

  • 21:01 Manuscripts Behind the Scenes

    Manuscripts Behind the Scenes

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    The stacks of the Library of Congress's Manuscript Division are the greatest repository of personal papers documenting the nation's political and cultural development--but because their holdings are unique and irreplaceable, the stacks are also closed to

  • 57:56 Eben Gay: Showcasing REVEAL

    Eben Gay: Showcasing REVEAL

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    Brown University Library is launching a series of talks by Brown faculty and visiting scholars across the disciplines to celebrate the opening of the Patrick Ma Digital Scholarship Lab at the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library. Series speakers will discuss

  • 1:12:03 Is it Time for a Digital Detox?

    Is it Time for a Digital Detox?

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    Speaker(s): Daniel SiebergChair: Dr Ellen HelsperRecorded on 10 January 2012 in Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building.At the start of the new year, Daniel Sieberg, author of The Digital Diet: The Four-step Plan to Break your Tech Addiction and Regai

  • 57:52 10th Columbia Library Symposium - 3 of 4

    10th Columbia Library Symposium - 3 of 4

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    10th Columbia Library Symposium "TRENDING: new opportunities in the evolving academy"PANEL 2: The Scholarly PerspectiveFacilitator: Barbara Rockenbach, Director of History and Humanities, Columbia University LibrariesPresenters: Susan Boynton, Professor o

  • 37:19 Michael Carroll, "Digital Preservation and Copyright: Open Licenses"

    Michael Carroll, "Digital Preservation and Copyright: Open Licenses"

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    Digital Preservation 2012 speaker Michael W. Carroll is Professor of Law and Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property at American University, Washington College of Law.Carroll joined the WCL faculty in 2009 after visiting during

  • 06:22 ILaw 2004: William Fisher On Copyright

    ILaw 2004: William Fisher On Copyright

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    William Fisher discusses pre-digital copyright law and the Fair Use doctrine.

  • 56:50 Looking Towards The Future

    Looking Towards The Future

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    An Enterprise Approach to Electronic Records Management on Campus Introduction: David de Lorenzo, Associate Director, The Bancroft Library Speaker: Patrick M...

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